EMG Sensors & Arduino

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NancyC
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EMG Sensors & Arduino

Postby NancyC » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:31 pm

EMG Sensors & Arduino Discussion

Is anyone working with these sensors?
I found a video in French of a guy from FAB Lab in Rennes using and 'Advancer Technology' EMG sensor and an Arduino UNO board.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etaMF_e9jNk
http://www.advancertechnologies.com/2013/09/muscle-sensor-v3-back-in-stock.html
This conductive fabric looks interesting:
http://www.advancertechnologies.com/2013/03/diy-conductive-fabric-electrodes.html

LesHall
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Re: EMG Sensors & Arduino

Postby LesHall » Sun Feb 22, 2015 2:27 am

I'm not working with these sensors yet but I'm interested in them. Have you found a source of electrodes? I found a source (Jameco) that sells a sweet little low noise high performance differential instrumentation amp suitable for the purpose (i believe so, could be wrong about that), and I can design electronics if that is helpful.

Les

jsheunis
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Re: EMG Sensors & Arduino

Postby jsheunis » Sun Feb 22, 2015 9:33 pm

Hi Guys,

Great topic. The founder of Advancer Technologies, Brian Kaminski, is actually also an e-NABLE volunteer. See this post on the G+ community: https://plus.google.com/117622819016391212084/posts/9EYUyHkiRGy. I'm also very interested in working on myoelectrics, powered prosthetics, etc. Must just find the time to work on it... Keep it going.
Stephan

LesHall
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Re: EMG Sensors & Arduino

Postby LesHall » Tue Feb 24, 2015 4:43 am

Shouldn't this thread be moved to the Myoelecgtric category?

Les

nikitech0103
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Re: EMG Sensors & Arduino

Postby nikitech0103 » Wed Aug 05, 2015 11:37 am

Thanks for this thread. I am also looking for the interfacing of EMG sensors & arduino. You can purchase the kit from this link.

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